The Rolling Huts were designed by OSKA Architects (Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects) in 2008. It is located in Mazama, Washington, USA. The Rolling Huts are a version of glamping, while remaining low-tech and low-impact in their design. The huts sit lightly on the site, a flood plain meadow in an alpine river valley. The construction of each hut is simple - with an offset, steel clad box on a steel and wood platform.
Living occurs both in the 200 sq ft inside the box, but also on the 240 sq ft of covered deck space surrounding it. Interior finishes - cork and plywood - are simple, inexpensive, and left unfinished as much as possible. The exteriors are durable, no-maintenance materials - steel, plywood and car-decking. The wheels lift the structures above the meadow, providing an unobstructed view into nature and the prospect of the surrounding mountains.